The Forest Elephants

Andrea Turkalo, a researcher who has spent more than twenty years camped
out near a bai, or clearing, in the Dzanga-Ndoki National Park, in the
Central African Republic, talks about the lives, emotions, and dwindling
population of forest elephants.

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The Forest Elephants

Producer: Sky Dylan-Robbins

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  1. A key message is edited out here – never ever buy ivory, it is dooming this essential and extraordinary species. No ivory knicknack is worth the destruction of an elephant.

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